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THE DAYLIGHT WAR PETER V. BRETT For my parents, John and Dolores, who still read together on the couch at night. Contents Title Page Dedication Map. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Brett further widens the scope of his epic fantasy saga with Kindle $ Read with Our Free App; Audiobook .. But after finishing this book, I did not rush over to Amazon to download the next in the series. Editorial Reviews. From Booklist. Brett further widens the scope of his epic fantasy saga with Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. any device. Additional gift options are available when buying one eBook at a time. Learn more $ Read with Our Free App; Audiobook. $ Free.

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Book Series. Is this feature helpful? Thank you for your feedback. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention daylight war desert spear demon cycle warded man peter brett looking forward backstory cliffhanger character development third book painted man arlen bales well written second book dama ting forward to the next great read arlen and jardir cutters in the hollow magic system.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I really like this series, as I am not a fan of child heroes or bumbling protagonists.

That said, this book really made you work to earn the right to see the main storyline moved forward. The focus on romantic BS in the middle of a world ending conflict is It caused me to skip pages. If you knew me, you'd know how bad that is. The protagonist that was built up as a focused, professional, hardcore sort of lone wolf character suddenly becomes a romcom parody of the love drunk sot because he randomly runs into a chick from his past he hadn't given two thoughts for in the last however many decades.

Let's call it Goodkind Syndrome and hope it can be cured, or at least treated, before we have another Sword of Truth-esque train crash on our hands. That being said, still a great series with a unique and well developed world, and Brett's writing style is engaging and of the highest quality. I'm in it til the end.

Also, I have read the next book, and he does get back on point to a certain extent, so there is light at the end of this tunnel. I do love back story. Many have read The Lord of the Rings books, but not so many read the back story, the Silmarrillon.

I actually enjoyed it.

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But this book is a disappointing continuation of a series with an imaginative premise and a strong start. As other reviewers have said, readers who read the series in order already knew how most of the story lines turned out. Some were very interesting in hearing how parts of the plot lines came to be, but the book really needed more of what we finally see in the last pages, where it ends in sort of a cliff hanger.

I'm the sort who tends to finish series just for e sake of doing so. I have read all the GoT books so far written, even though the last ones were not up to the quality of the start. But after finishing this book, I did not rush over to Amazon to download the next in the series.

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I am not sure I ever will. Yeah, this book is that disappointing. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. This story was alright. Nothing to pee your pants over, but if you enjoy the world and the overall story, it's worth the read.

I find the female characters hard to believe. It's not that what they do is so out of character, it's the reasoning behind what they do that leaves me thinking, "Um. This book really takes a closer look at her history and hardships. One would think that would make her easier to relate to, or at least more understood, but meh, I walked away from this book feeling sort of tepid about her.

Leesha paper is utterly vapid. Renna makes me want to gut punch her most scenes. Even Wonda Cutter is cliche and predictable, but not for the right reasons.

I found the men folk a bit easier to tolerate, but only a little more so. They, at least, had believable actions and thoughts behind those actions. In spite of all of my griping, it was an easy read and decent brain candy. I wouldn't run out and demand all of my friends read it, but for those who are a fan of the series already, it's "pretty good".

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Now I see a money grab. A lucky accident got me to purchase a copy of the first book, The Painted Man. The writing improved from chapter to chapter as the author matured and grew into his story and characters. Loved it! Then something went wrong, and the hero of the story turned into an unwilling country bumpkin with super powers and a bad case of denial.

I was expecting Arlen to become a bad ass, yet remain a nice guy - Dwayne Johnson, anyone? He turns into a salt-of-the-earth country bumpkin do-gooder. I'm getting totally lost with the Krasian Crazyian? I'm no superhero, I'm just regular folks; here, watch me teleport, fly, use PSI powers and heal the sick There was always smiling when Soli was about.

She'd seen what he did to the two Majah boys who teased her in the bazaar when they were younger, and the weak did not survive in the night. Inevera finished her basket, adding it to one of the many stacks. She counted quickly. Cashiv was Dama Baden's kai'Sharum and Soli's ajin'pal, the warrior who had been tethered to him and fought by his side on his first night in the Maze. It was said there was no greater bond two men could share. Manvah snorted. Most of them just look.

It's the younger ones that carry vials of oil in their belts. That's worth a sore backside. Soli's eyes flicked to the curtained chamber at the back of the kiosk where their father slept. Perhaps the dama'ting will find you a husband! And who knows? The Daylight War (The Demon Cycle, Book 3) eBook: Peter V. Brett: Kindle Store

Perhaps one of the push'ting dama will fancy me. The powerful ones like Baden make their favourite Sharum into personal guards who only have to fight on Waning! Imagine, only three nights a month in the Maze! Inevera was confused. An honour? Soli looked at her a long time, his eyes distant. The easy smile melted from his face. Soli shook himself, and the smile returned in an instant.

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The Maze is not a burden for you to bear. A moment later Kasaad emerged. Inevera's father didn't even look at Manvah as he nudged her out of the shade with his boot to take the coveted spot for himself. He threw a pair of pillows to the ground and lounged upon them, already tipping back a tiny cup of couzi.

Immediately he poured another, squinting in the light. As always, his eyes passed over Inevera as if she didn't exist, settling quickly on her brother. Put that basket down! You are Sharum now, and should not be working your hands like a khaffit! Put that basket down and get up before someone sees you sullying your new blacks.

Bad enough we must waste our day in the filthy bazaar. He didn't stop weaving. She sighed. Who is he to tell me I cannot weave palm, if that gives me peace? He was close to the end of a basket, and he meant to finish it. Inevera looked on in wonder. Soli could weave almost as fast as Manvah.

The longer he lounges, the less his chance of actually having to face an alagai while he's drunk as camel piss on couzi. Inevera hated the drink. Fermented grain flavoured with cinnamon, it was sold in tiny clay bottles and sipped from even tinier cups. Just sniffing an emptied bottle burned Inevera's nostrils and left her dizzy. There was no hint of cinnamon in the scent.

It was said the taste only became clear after three cups, but after three cups of couzi, whose word could be trusted? It was known to lend itself to exaggeration and delusions of grandeur. We will toast the deaths of the four alagai you slew last night! His fingers moved even faster. Prepare your sharik son some tea, then! Inevera could hear her mother's teeth grind. He gritted his teeth and wove on. Without this order, we won't have money to pay our war tax, much less buy more couzi.

I bring home a hundred draki a week! The rest goes to keep you in couzi and couscous, and it isn't enough by far, especially when you bring home half a dozen thirsty Sharum every Sabbath. Couzi is expensive, husband.

The dama cut the thumbs from khaffit caught selling it, and they add the risk to the price. Now run and buy some to help ease my wait for that half-man. Chabin will have some, and he never closes before gloaming is sung. She, too, had begun weaving faster, and now her hands were a blur. Inevera looked down, realizing only then that she had stopped weaving as she watched the events unfold. Quickly she resumed. Inevera would not dare look right at him, but she could not help watching her father out of the corner of her eye.

He was eyeing Manvah as she turned the basket with her nimble feet.